Research Paper Volume 11, Issue 11 pp 3876—3890

Habitual tea drinking modulates brain efficiency: evidence from brain connectivity evaluation

Figure 5. Connections with significantly different strengths between the tea drinking group and the non-tea drinking group within the default mode network. Significance was established by setting uncorrected p<0.05 with the permutation test. (A) Differences of connective strengths between the groups (tea drinking group minus non-tea drinking group) for significant connections in the functional network. (B) Differences of connective strengths between the groups for significant connections in the structural network.